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Kathryn Radakovich studied music at the University of Idaho and then went on to pursue her Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts in Music Theory and Music History from that same institution while maintaining her private teaching studio for piano, voice, and flute students.
Her studies later brought her to Southern California where she obtained her Master of Music from CSU while continuing to teach piano, voice, and flute. She has taught all styles, ability levels and ages from 5 to 82! Kathryn has been sharing her passion for music with her students for 13+ years (since 2005). Teaching music has been, and continues to be, one of the most rewarding and educational experiences in her life.
Ms. Radakovich maintains an active and varied singing career. Kathryn’s versatility, stemming from her extensive background in contemporary, pop, classical and jazz vocal techniques, makes her a “vocal chameleon” and feels at home with all styles of music from Contemporary to Classical, Theater to Pop.
Since arriving in Denver in 2013, Kathryn has become a mainstay in Colorado’s myriad music scenes. As a classical and baroque musician, Kathryn appears regularly with renowned ensembles including St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, Colorado Bach Ensemble, Anima Chamber Ensemble, Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, and Denver Early Music Consort. As a jazz singer, Kathryn can be heard in Denver’s top jazz venues; Nocturne, Dazzle, and La Cour.
Kathryn studied with GRAMMY® winner Bill Cunliffe and sang regularly with CSUF’s premier big band. Kathryn has performed regularly at the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival with world renowned musicians Bobby McFerrin, Jeff Hamilton, Benny Green, and Claudio Roditi. She has performed in the Honda Center, Disney Hall, Hollywood Bowl, and Staples Center with touring artists Andrea Bocelli, Andy Williams, and John Williams, as well as with the Pacific Chorale and De Angelis Vocal Ensemble.